Free 2012 New York City Latino Experts Media Guide

To help address the problem of the lack of voices in the New York media on Latino issues and concerns, the National Institute for Latino Policy (NiLP) has produced the 2012 New York City Latino Experts Media Guide. This guide lists over 100 experts on Latino issues with their contact information to serve as a resource to editors and reporters in the news media. This guide can also be used by Latino community organizations to identify leaders and consultants on specific subjects.

To download a free copy (PDF), click here.
 
This guide lists experts in the following subjects, among others:
Arts and Culture
Bilingual Education/Language Policy
Black-Latino Relations
Census/Demographics
Civic Engagement
Civil Rights
Criminal Justice
Cuba
Dominicans
Economics/Financial Services
Education
Elderly
Environment
Food/Nutrition
Hate Crimes
Health and Mental Health
Higher Education
Housing and Community Development 
Immigration/Immigrant Rights
Labor/Economic Development
Latin American-US Relations
Latino Studies
LGBT Issues
Literature
Media/Communications/Marketing
Nonprofits
Philanthropy
Philosophy
Police-Community Relations
Political Prisoners
Politics
Puerto Rico
Race/Ethnicity
Religion
Social Policy and Work
Substance Abuse
Technology
Veterans
Women's Issues
Workplace Diversity
Youth